Dear media representatives,
According to data acquired by Atlas VPN, by establishing flexible remote working policies, the US companies could save 4.5 trillion dollars per year by 2030. Allowing your employees to work remotely increases productivity and reduces fixed overheads.
The report shows that:
Due to boost productivity and cut expenses, the US companies can save 4.5 trillion dollars by letting their employees work remotely
65% of workers feel more productive working at home
99% would like a chance to work remotely at least part-time
Being able to work from home is the critical factor for 70% of people looking for a new job
Only 2% of employers see removing strict precautions and letting people return to offices
To see the full report, please click here.
The full report provides additional statistics on how working from home impacts workers' productivity and compares how employers and employees view remote working.
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PR contact: Valentina Perez
68 Jay Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Working from home can save the US $4.5 trillion annually
According to data acquired by Atlas VPN, US companies could save 4.5 trillion dollars per year by 2030. Establishing a flexible location policy leads to boosted productivity and reduces fixed overheads.
66% of employees say they are more productive while working at home: there are no distractions, noises, or interruptions from colleagues. 80% said they are being able to focus better without having their colleagues around.
When searching for a job, workers consider the ability to work from home as an essential. 80% said that if they were choosing between two jobs, they would turn down the one that does not allow them to work remotely.
While even 99% would like to have an opportunity to work from home at least part-time, 66% say they prefer working from home.
Rachel Welsh, the COO of Atlas VPN, comments:
"The numbers show employees prefer to work at home, yet the ability to work remotely is one of the most demanded perks. With everyone's hectic schedules, people appreciate knowing they will not need to rush to the office if there is an emergency at home. Once the pandemic ends, people may be working from home two days a week on average, especially the younger generation."
With quarantine restrictions easing up in some countries, people are thinking of returning to their offices. But, only 2% of employers see removing precautions and letting their team come back anytime soon.
To see the full report, head to:
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